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Sedona Women’s Mountain Bike Camp

Join us for the DNK Presents Women’s Mountain Bike Camp in Sedona, AZ! Learn how to shred the trails with Trek Bicycle Women’s Advocates and certified Professional Mountain Bike Instructor (PMBIA) Kate Nolan along with other certified coaches and advocates Charlotte Batty, and Michelle Thiry for this epic weekend in the red rocks. A weekend to focus on yourself, in the great outdoors with other inspiring women.

We will guide you through skill sessions based on your riding level in the morning and then lead you on rides through the beautiful red rocks in the afternoon.  You will leave with incredible knowledge, more confidence and skills to take to the trails and making lasting friendships.

The clinic will take place at the Posse Ground Bike Park area, the afternoon rides will take place on the trails around the property and beyond in beautiful Sedona, AZ!

Early Bird Price lasts until Dec. 31st at $295.00 

Full price of $350.00 starts January 1st

Included in Cost:

-Skills taught by professional and the raddest coaches on the planet (we think so!)

-Intimate small group experience to learn, have fun and connect with other like minded women

-Saturday lunch, Saturday night pizza party, Sunday lunch


Example Itinerary:

Check in Friday evening or Saturday morning

8am Optional yoga

9am Announcements, bike set up

9:30-12pm Drills and Skills

12-1pm Lunch

1:30-4pm Group rides on the trails


*We have a group rate available at The Sedona Reál Inn and Suites March 13-15, 2020 under DNK Presents the rates are listed below 

Traditional double queen or king room                  $167.20 per night, plus tax

Double Queen Suite                                                       $183.20 per night, plus tax

Double Queen Suite with patio/deck                      $199.20 per night, plus tax

Royal King Suite                                                                $207.20 per night, plus tax

Royal King Suite with patio/deck                               $223.20 per night, plus tax

Royal 1 ½ bedrooms King bed/Queen bed            $247.20 per night, plus tax

*We have the following rates at  The Inn of Sedona as well!

Single/Double: Net-$229 per night + tax
Triple: Net-$249 per night + tax
Quad: Net-$269 per night + tax


Not included in cost:

-Plane tickets or travel to the Sedona, AZ

-Travel insurance

– Bike Rentals but discounted bike rentals are available on a first come first serve basis, please contact Over the Edge Sports (928) 282-1106 for rental equipment. 


Learn how to ride the break-taking red rocks of Sedona Arizona, meet other like-minded amazing outdoor women, and make lasting friendships and memories along the way. We hope to meet you this spring!

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We hope you join us for an awesome women’s mountain bike camp in Sedona, AZ this fall! Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions!

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Sedona Mountain Bike Festival and Backpack and Yoga on the Havasupai Trail

March Adventure Madness in 2017!

March 3-5 

Certified Professional Mountain Bike Instructors (PMBIA) Danielle and Kate Nolan through the will be leading free guided rides and mini clinics at the Sedona Mountain Bike Festival for Trek Bicycle.

This is the first year Trek Bicycle will be offering free rides and mini clinics from at the Sedona Mountain Bike Festival, join Trek Women’s Advocates Kate Nolan and Erin Wells for an awesome ride in the red rocks!
Sign up for the festival here! We hope to see you there in 2017!


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A Backpack and yoga retreat on the Havasupai trail in the Grand Canyon

Hiking the Havasupai trail is a truly unique and memorable adventure to experience. The Havasupai Indians are the longest residents of the Grand Canyon, living there for at least 800 years. Havasuapi means people of the blue-green water, when we reach the falls in the canyon you will see how the Native Americans received this name as the breathtaking water falls will fill your soul. Read the itinerary here to learn more about this epic adventure to the sacred lands of the Grand Canyon.

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